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The University of Delaware School of Nursing offers several opportunities for students to become registered nurses through rigorous and flexible pathways that lead to a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Nursing. All of our programs are rigorous and competitive. The UDSON also offers a pathway to for Registered Nurses to attain a bachelor’s in nursing through an on-line flexible RN-BSN program.
The School of Nursing offers three types of undergraduate programs:
The traditional undergraduate program is designed for pre-licensure students who desire a bachelor’s of science degree in Nursing. This is a four-year on-campus program and students are directly admitted to the Nursing program, beginning their Nursing curriculum as freshman.
The accelerated degree program is a 17 month on-campus program designed for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in another field and wish to pursue a bachelor of science degree in nursing.
The RN to BSN program is an on-line program designed for registered nurses who want to attain a bachelor of science degree in nursing.
Coming in Fall 2019 – Direct Entry Master’s in Nursing (pending UD Faculty Senate Approval)
The Direct Entry Master’s in Nursing program is a 2 year on-campus/hybrid program that is designed for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in another field and with to obtain licensure as a Registered Nurse through attainment of a Master’s Degree in Nursing.
Are you interested in being a student representative on a School of Nursing committee?
This position allows valuable student perspectives.